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December 8, 2012
Trailer: ‘A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III’
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Charlie Sheen was famous for films like “Major League” and the slapstick comedy “Hot Shots,” but after his insane outbursts that caused his departure from “Two and a Half Men,” he has become infamous. From the trailer for “A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III,” it looks like he’ll be able to put some of his randomness to good use alongside Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman, and Aubrey Plaza. Check out the trailer below.
Murray and Schwartzman usually team up for films with this sort of indie vibe and I think Charlie Sheen will actually fit in well with the tone of this film. The randomness of the trailer reminds me of “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” for some reason, but it could just be the way the trailer is put together. In addition to an eclectic cast, Roman Coppola, brother of Sofia Coppola (Lost in Translation) and son of Francis Ford Coppola, will be directing the film. This will be Roman’s first big film as Director, although he’s credited as a writer for many Wes Anderson films. I tend to like these types of indie films and I am predicting positive things for this film, along with a positive response to Sheen’s performance.
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